Whether it's hip pain or pain in some other area of the body, the worst thing to do is just try to get rid of the pain. An injection, a pill, an on orthopoedic device or artificial support... these are not solutions. They are temporary comforts that do not address the root problem at all and often make it worse. Unfortunately, that is the approach most people take.
Pain is there for a reason. It's not wise to try to get rid of it without addressing the root problem. If something hurts simply from doing what it's supposed to do - for example, your hip hurts to sit, your knee hurts to walk or run, your back hurts to bend over or twist, your shoulder hurts to lift something over your head, etc - then you've somehow created a disability for yourself in the way you live.
If you need a crutch just to walk, that's labelled as a disability. Similarly, if you need a chair just to sit comfortably, that's definitely a disability! If someone is born with a disability, that's unfortunate - it's obviously not their fault. But if you make yourself disabled because you live haphazardly or carelessly, that's the real disaster.
To avoid such disasters, you can move and manage your body intentionally, not accidentally. That is what Skillz Movement is about. Everyone has to move, everyone has been moving since birth, but still so many people have so many issues with basic, pain-free movement in their everyday lives. That is the reality. The body needs some work. It needs some attention. If you live haphazardly and unconsciously, sitting for 6 hours per day in an office or in school, then going to a gym to exercise your body into a painful concrete block (unintentionally) in the name of 'fitness', then expect pain.
The human body is a fantastic piece of equipment. But it's not fool-proof. The geometry of the body has to be maintained in order for it to function smoothly. So thank your pain for reminding you that you are not living properly. Because once the body is treated with reverence and used properly, it works beautifully and lasts a lifetime.