There is a book by Sean Schneiderjan, I think the title is How to Cure Tight Hips Anywhere. Just go to Amazon, choose books & enter his name & the books by him will come up. It is a Kindle book. HE gives amazingly simple exercises with great real person pictures. I did them to even my hips & decrease pain before my first hip replacement. They do work. I had my second hip done, but I am waiting to be 90 days out before I do these. Another problem I have learned to control is hip pain at night. My PT guy said it was the hip flexor & he showed me an easy stretch to do before going to sleep. I’ll describe it as I do it for my left hip. Lay as close to the edge of your bed as you can, hang your leg over the side of the bed, hopefully so it won’t touch the floor, just let it relax, pull your belly button towards your back for 10 seconds. Do this 3 times. You may want to sit up before you lift your leg up again, or have someone lift it for you. This also works, but it’s not a permanent fix. You might have to do this every night & then every other night. This does work. I was taking pain pills, but after I learned this hip flexor stretch, no more pain at night! TRy it.