Please do not double up on NSAIDs. That is a no-no and not good for stomach or kidneys. You can take an NSAID w/acetaminophen but you are taking max single doses for 2 different NSAIDs.
I have been dealing with bursitis and/or gluteal tendonitis for months. About the only thing I can do pain free is ride my horse.
Usually riding is the first thing that gets too painful to do.
I have done 2 rounds of physical therapy. The first was useless. He gave me 2 stretches which did nothing. The second round was better and I do have better strength in the hip. The exercises I was given are not painful to do but for pain free activities of daily living, they haven’t helped much. I have had 2 steroid injections 2 months apart. That helped a lot…for all of 2 1/2 weeks each time. So, I haven’t found the key yet. i don’t take much by mouth, I have to limit my ibuprofen (stomach sensitive) and usually manage with a little cocktail of 400mg ibuprofen and 500-1000mg of acetaminophen at bedtime so I can get good sleep. I occasionally take a dose during the day. Otherwise ice or heat. Have you tried a lidocaine patch over the trochanter. That seems to dull things fairly well.
I am starting to research whether PRP may help. I know that is $$ out of pocket but I am getting tired of not being able to walk more than 1/2 mile, not able to go up stairs or up hill (moved my horse to a stable on a hillside ). I don’t think anything is torn but have not yet had an MRI to verify that.
I have a vacation planned in September to Yellowstone and want to go to Iceland next year. I need to be able to walk.
Sorry, I am not much help, Yes, PT has helped functionality but not a lot regarding pain.