Two different things
You mentioned at least two different things.
Sprengel's disease is a rare congenital deformity where one scapula is higher than another. The other thing you described is a "winged" scapula, where it "sticks out" when pressing against a wall. This is from damage to the long thoracic nerve
. The treatment for sprengels' is surgery, which could conceivably damage the ltn and lead to winging.
Answer assisted by David Miller, Medical Student