HI. I am a neurologist and can answer your question.
This is obviously a orthopedic question, but I will give you my answer, although I say up front that you should discuss this with an orthopedist.
The short answer is no. the reason is that the hip joint is tightly surrounded my muscles and ligaments and is highly vascular. the trauma induced to remove an osteophyte or two is too traumatic
the exception is if you are a major league ball player like alex rodriquez, who had this done
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I will paste in a url on hip osteophytes, but in a 58 year old woman with possible demineralization due to post menopause, the only repair is the prosthesis, but you need to check with an orthopedist who may suggest something based on your individual xrays.
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The only other treatment plan is centered on physical therapy, weight reduction, bone demineralization reduction (calcium supplementation) . I am not an orthopedist as mentioned but I do not know of any other surgical procedures in your situation.