Anyone know how to treat this? I received some advice in an FB forum to place her in a teacup so that kicking would help strengthen her leg but it hasn't helped and I can't help but feel it's dislocated or deformed. I did try the teacup and she's currently in one now in the bator so that the other chicks don't sit on her (they're in the brooder). I planned to hobble her legs and was given that as advice as well, but before I did, I decided to look up leg deformities in chicks and came across pics of a slipped achilles tendon. And I'm certain that's what it is. I found a site that described fixing it by pulling upper part of leg back further than normal and then straightening leg as though in a stretch but that didn't work. I did find one vid on youtube where the woman appeared to sort of massage the tendon back in place but she doesn't talk or describe anything as she does it. I did try both methods to the best of my understanding but neither seemed to work and I fear I'm hurting the little bird. At this point, it can't stand at all and if the best option is culling, I'd rather do so before it suffers anymore. I can't imagine a dislocated joint feeling very well in a forced bend in a teacup...though it looks just as painful sticking out behind it at a gruesome angle. Can anyone offer any advice?