Say somebody's hamstrings (the tendons, not the thigh muscles) were intentionally severed, circa 1990 or so, and no treatment was available for that person for the first seventy-two hours after injury. What would the long term repercussions be? Leg braces and a cane? Would complete surgical repair be possible?
I can google up lots of information on care after surgical repair, and on immediate first aid for an accidental rupture, but nothing on the long-term prognosis for somebody who has actually, you know, been classically hamstrung.