I developed pretty bad hip pain after my knee scope during physical therapy. It turned out to be iliopsoas hip bursitis (front of hip versus the more common side hip bursitis). It was attributed to a combination of things including doing too much too soon in therapy, walking incorrectly with one crutch, and poor gait training on the part of my original therapist. Once I switched over to my surgeon's physical therapy department, they treated the entire leg versus just the knee. They had me rest the hip as much as possible to let the bursitis settle down (it wasn't bad enough to warrant draining or surgery), go back on both crutches for about a month or so, and then slowly start back up with rehab exercises targeting the entire leg. They also showed me some great stretches to help the front hip flexors after a therapy sesson or workout. It all cleared up and I was able to go ahead with my aclr recon a few months later since the knee was still giving out, but I'm still careful to watch the hip so it doesn't flair up again on me. If you're walking is compromised in any way, and might be with the knee trouble you're having, then that might be contributing to the hip pain - and yes it can radiate all around the area as well (mine started in the front, then went around my entire right side from front to back and I couldn't do anything to get comfortable). Keep checking in with your doc's PA, try to see if your gait is off, and do what you can until you can get in to see someone there or back home. Best of luck to you.