While watching flashpoint-paradox the Flash—in the typical way speedsters are often rendered nigh-useless—suffers a leg injury, therefore preventing him from running. However, a bum leg doesn't mean the Speed Force abandons him: Flash, apparently can still do super-speed everything else (which is a lot) except run. Hence this question.
Has the Flash been shown, after suffering a leg injury and during a mission, using super-speed to move from place to place by a means other than running? For example, I know that, visually, it'd be ridiculous to have the Flash move at super-speed while doing a handstand wearing a cast on his leg or whatever, but that might be exactly such an event's appeal to, for example, a Golden or Silver Age writer.
I am less interested in, for example, the Flash using a (probably, given the rigors of super-speed, tricked-out comic book-style version of a) wheelchair or roller skates and moving at super-speed—while that's in the same wheelhouse, I'm more concerned about the Flash's seeming vulnerability during combat scenarios and how it seems writers believe the Flash largely immobilized if some villain gets lucky and breaks his shin.