Yes, I have started to give her calcium some days ago now~ who knows if that has had something to do with the one foot getting better...? Just need to get the other one strong now! It's a shame, because she's really into the flying thing now, which is a little tricky each time she needs to land (and take off)...
Oh, that's fantastic with your little badly paralyzed pigeon! It must've been a moment you'll never forget~ I'm looking forward to the same with my little fellow. It's good to hear stories like this, thanks.
Glad to hear things are improving..!
Would you describe the poops for us? Color ( in detail ) consistancy, size. how often ( roughly ) ?
Too, you can encourage her to use her legs by holding her gently by the Tail, on the Bed, so she can flap and thus take some of the weight off her Legs...and in that way, she can possibly sort of stand and 'walk' as you keep ahold of her tail, as she is flapping...
You can encourage her to Wing flap in your hands by holding her so her Wings have room to do so, and, slowly, settleing her on the Bed to continue there as you hold her Tail...they can pull quite strongly, too, when flapping even mildly, so hang on..!
I have done this many times with various paralysed Leg issues ones, and they all take to it and get it figured out pretty fast, and they really loved doing it and enjoyed the excercise...and would wait for me to hold their tails for them...
I'd be carrying them over to the bed, they'd launch out of my hands, land however so, and wait then looking over their shoulder at me, and soon as I had their Tail in my hand, they'd get into the flap-walk, and we'd do a bunch of that however many times-a-day.
You can let her 'walk' along taht way on the bed, then, stop for a moment, and start over if need be once you had used up what room there was and arrive too far to lean and or otherwise run out of room...it seems to work better letting them actualy 'walk' and cover distance then to oblige them to walk or stand in place.
Otherwise, hmmmmmmm...Viruses, Bacterial/Protozoan infections, contusion or other blunt trauma to the back...anything effecting the Kidneys causing inflammation of them or ajacent tissues, all can conspire to compromise the Sciatic Nerves and make the Legs become weak or limp.
Strain, sprain, 'green' fractures of the Leg Bones, also can make for a similar appearance, and one needs to look and feel and decide very sensitively in examining the Legs and the Bird as a whole, to try and decide if it is the Legs themselves which are injured, or, if it is the Legs being effected by something else that is effecting the Sciatic Nerve.
Poops which look like 'Spinach Dip' ( swirled white or yellowish urates in green fecal matter, especially when large and made only a few times a day ) suggest Virus or other infection effecting the Kidneys/Sciatic Nerve...
Muscle tone of the Vent proper, similarly...some Back/Nerve injurys tend to make their bowel movements difficult or delayed and the Pigeon may only pop once or twice a day or with difficulty.
And, of course, if the Bird has injury TO the Legs, one would not wish to impose Leg excercises on them, and or also, they would tend to protest or refuse such anyway, or would definitely not enter into flap-walking with eagerness and bright enthusiasm...
A ruptered or infected Oviduct can do this also in some instances, and one may find a greyish white calcium/mineral sort of material mixed with their poops, or, hardening in their Vent and clogging it....but your little Pigeon would be far too young for this to be a consideration.