As for my hips, I discovered when I was 13 that if I swing leg real high while trying not to bend my back much my hip will pop loudly into place. Sometimes it takes a couple of times but then when I do get it after the pain goes away I can walk much better!
Very often I sublux both shoulders and/or dislocate my right shoulder(s) in my sleep. The other day I woke up sleeping on a dislocated shoulder. The only thing I can think of is that the Flexeril at night put me out so good that I didn't wake up even in pain. More often, though, I sleep very carefully. My shoulders, wrists, elbows, knees, ankles, and tops of feet are all propped with loads of pillows, stabilized by braces and ACE bandages, and careful planning and moving as to not dislocate of sublux and of my joints.
Subluxing joints seem to go back in place on their own, while often a dislocation needs help going back in. That is my experience, anyway.
Hope that you are well.
EDS Hypermobility type, Fibro, Chronic Myofascial Pain (CMP), POTS, TMJ Dysfunction, Epilepsy, PCOS, Bipolar, IBS, Bruxism, Complex-PTSD, Migraines, Hashimoto's thyroiditis, panic attacks, Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), 30 years old