One of our Silkies must have gotten jumped by a larger roo and it seems her hip or leg where it connects to the hip is out of place, there is a lump on her upper back area and she can't seem to stand. Is there any way we can get this back in place? Not sure what to do.
Best bet would be an Avian Vet, but you may not have access to one, (I don't). If it seems disloated, rather than broken, porkpal has a good plan. If porkpal's suggestion doesn't work at first, I'd seperate her out and let her be for 24 hrs, and try again. Sometimes rest alone can work wonders, and sometimes (at least in mammals) a "false joint" can form, and the critter can get around fairly well. It's a tough call, but I'd give her some time, in case it's just an injury that makes it too painful to try to stand. I'd try to prop her up so she is in a somewhat normal "sitting" position, and keep food and water in beaks reach. You just never know...
She seems to be doing better this morning, maybe the rest overnight helped. She is up and walking so that is a good sign. She did however lay a soft shell egg this morning, maybe from the stress? But from last night to this morning, so far she is much better.
She is still doing okay, but still has that knot on her hip back area. She seems to be walking okay though my son says she doesn't quite walk like she did before. She has stretched that leg out on her own.