I have a two week old Rhode Island Red chick that was incubated in the house and I think was the last to hatch. The entire hatched seemed a little weak, gave them an electrolyte and vitamin supplement and 4 out of 5 are doing great. One has serious leg issues. A possible dislocated hip and the hock bends both forward and backward. She can't support herself without her hock giving out one way or the other. Her right hip seems to be floating within her body, moving under her wing when she tries to stand. When she's held, it can be moved in all different directions, unlike the other leg. She does not seem to be in pain and is able to get around a little to eat and drink. I tried a band-aid hobble for a few days but her hip seemed to be a bigger issue. I've tried a foam hobble hoping to give her more support and it worked but she grew out of it in a few days and I couldn't get another one to work properly with her hock giving out more and more. I left her legs free for a few days but she is unable to keep her leg under her so I put another hobble on made of sports tape. What else can I do to help?