Well, I haven't looked at your pictures, they won't really tell us anything. Don't know what you mean by A&E. When you have a rib problem, that's a bone problem. You say you can feel muscle pain when you lean over, but muscle pain is just there, it's sore, you don't have to bend over to feel it. If you believe you have some deformity in your bone structure an X-ray will show that. If it's a problem with soft tissue, an MRI shows that, but bone shows well on a simple x-ray. Most times when we feel rib pain it's not actually broken, it's just strained and out of place, and a chiropractor or osteopath can usually line it back up again. But if it's broken, that's a different story, and if it never healed, that's a different story still. What you need to do is see an orthopedic surgeon who will feel around and give you an X-ray and go from there. An osteopath might do this as well.