I have had a male veiled for 3 months I adopted i'm thinking he is 6-8 months old. He has always been a nervous and skiddish. I also have a female veiled so I had them in separate rooms. Last Friday 2/9/19 while at work his cage was knocked over with him in it. I did not see how bad it was my roommate picked it up and I checked him over when I got home all seemed fine except for his nerves I'm sure. I moved him back into the office where the female is and they are on separate walls. I allow partial free range and have been alternating time out for each so they both get some climbing time. He was eating well crickets, hornworms, superworms, a couple of waxworms a week. Lighting consists of T5.0 attached to wall when he is on his vines outside his cage with a warmer bulb. On his cage is a 100 watt power sun only a month old approx 6 inches from top of cage. I give him repashy calcium plus everyday and twice a month calcium d3. Drip on cage and is misted 2-3 times a day and humidifer for 1/2 an hour. Temp is 90 with 50% Wednesday he stopped eating before he was great eater even after the fall and being moved. I have been misting him and he drinks, now he is always lying down and staying off his right front leg, also it appears he has some broken ribs on the left side. For the past 3 days he is barely moving. could this be from the fall showing up 5 days later or is this MBD, gout I'm worried I cannot get into the vet until wednesday even though I have called and said it is urgent. We only have 2 vets in area that deal with reptiles and one has no experience with chams.