The flipping was amusing when i didn't know anything about wry-neck. Now that i know, it is very difficult to watch. The chick constantly gets stuck on its back. Sometimes I have to go take care of things and leave the chick unattended; when I come back the poor chick is laying there twitching miserably because it is physically unable to right itself.
If there is no improvement within the next 48 hours it may become necessary to cull the chick. Its inability to get around means it can't eat or drink on its own. In 48 hours it will be three days post hatch and the nutrients from the yoke will be used up. The chick will need to be able to eat by then to keep from starving. Sometimes being a chicken keeper means making the hard choices for the benefit of the animal.