I had a chick get its leg caught in a tiny space between hinges, broke the leg in more than once place higher up in the struggle, and had stripped the skin 3/4 of the way around the leg trying to yank free. He kept eating and talking so I gave him a chance- we went through a long healing and recovery process. Once the skin healed enough where I could pin up the leg to his body, that little guy was off like a shot. Before I wrapped that leg up by his body, he would move around a little - but as soon as it was up out of his way - couldn't keep him still. He's full grown now, almost a bantam sized bird- which helps. One of those legs has a big bow in it- so is nowhere near normal - but - he gets where he wants to go, lives with the flock, including 4 other full grown roosters- gets on the roost at night - and has even been spotted mating hens. He's got the added advantage that the 2nd leg is there for balance - but he doesn't do much else with it.