I put Mr. Splay-leg into the bator earlier today cause he was just getting sat on by other chicks. He flipped, but I put a timer on to remind me to check every 30 minutes, and I put him on his feet. I only had to do that twice. I also gave him 2 syringes of electrolyte water, just to help. Anyway, he is now back in the brooder and staying on his feet. He stands up occasionally, but is generally on his hocks?? Still, he is staying belly down, which is way better. Going to take eggs out of bators tomorrow morning (candling led me to think there might actually be some hatches overnight, so I just couldn't abandon them).
Give him some time. I had a few do this then they stood up just fine. Just a bit weak needs to build up his mi5scles.