Hey I'd like some pointers to several questions, maybe from @GingerCoffee ee, or anyone else who may be more familiar than I 1. In what specific cases can a broken leg, even if treated, lead to the possibility of that person not being able to walk (or walk normally) again? Is it just misalignment of certain bones or what? 2. How might a doctor realistically relay this news to the patient. You always hear 'doctors said I'd never walk again," but what does this really mean? Would they say something, like, "there's an 80% chance, your bones will align properly," or what? 3. In a case where the odds look bad, considering a miraculous recovery and good physical therapy, how quickly could the patient heal and be able to walk normally? Thanks in advance for any help.!