Help! My first ever batch of chicks hatched a couple of days ago. We had a heat wave during their third week of incubating and the temperature spiked a few times. One of the chicks hatched with curled toes and what we thought was splayed legs. I made shoes for her to try and straighten her toes which has had some success, and will be putting more shoes on her to see if I can straighten the rest of her toes. I have also made he a brace for her splayed legs which she had on for 3 days, I took it off because it seemed like it was unbalancing her and I wanted to see if it had made a difference, she can stand up but she stand on a strange angle with her rump higher than her head. She can stand like this but loses her balance easily and struggles to walk. I am wondering if it is perhaps more than splayed legs. A second chick hatched with one splayed leg and I have successfully corrected that one and it is now happily running around with the others. She is a strong chick, and is drinking and eating. What else can I try? I don't want to lose her. Any help would be greatly appreciated.