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I have seen the images you attached with your question.
You have an incongruent hip dysplasia with the large proportion of femoral head uncovered. This causes the femoral head to improve against margins of acetabulum and that is why you feel bone-on-bone.
There is no fracture. The line seen on X Ray is actually reminiscent of innominate osteotomy with you underwent at 3 years of age.
At this stage physiotherapy would not make any material difference to the pathology of the hip joint. It may only help strengthen the muscles around the hip joint which is desirable.
You may benefit by considering salvage hip surgery in form of shelf or chiari osteotomy of the socket side of hip joint with or without virus rotation osteotomy of femir. This would help prolong the life of your god given hip by increasing the coverage of femoral head and decreasing stress placed on femoral head per contact area unit.