Sorry to hear that you cannot undergo surgery. Here are some suggestions to improve your range of motion, strengthening exercises for your hip just to maintain your hip mobility and strength and to avoid secondary complications and injuries in the future. You may try these exercises to see if they work for you:
You can also begin water exercises. Water exercise is important to help chronic pain for numerous reasons.
Buoyancy counteracts gravity, thereby decreasing the weight placed on painful joints and the spine. In fact, when immersed to neck level, buoyancy supports 90 percent of the body’s weight, and in waist-depth water, buoyancy can support 50 percent of your body weight. One of the many advantages of exercising in water is that diminished weight-bearing stress helps aide in strengthening weak muscles and improving balance and confidence.
Water can provide up to 15x more resistance than air. It provides a very safe accommodating resistance which means that the harder you push against the water the more resistance you will get. This resistance can help build muscle strength and endurance throughout your body.
Everybody knows how great it feels to soak in a warm, soothing bath. For someone who suffers from chronic pain, warm water is the best place to exercise. Colder water tends to cause muscles to tense up. Experts say if people with arthritis spent more time in warm water, they’d be able to move better with less pain.