So my 5 year old Easter Egger was picked up by my mother about 2.5 ft. above the ground before she fidgeted and tumbled out of her arms, and landed on her back in the grass and rolled over onto her feet. I examined her face and neck area and she seemed perfectly fine - no signs of injury as far as I could tell. She just seemed (understandably) tired from the fall. So I left for an hour before coming back and now her beak is misaligned - like a minor case of scissor/crossed beak. She's always had a normal beak all her life until now. What exactly happened, and what should I do? All I know of is giving her vitamins and protein to help her cope, but since this is an injury and not a genetic problem I can't seem to find anything. She can grab hard boiled egg yolks, but she can't grab the whites - so I know this is affecting her ability to eat. I had also trimmed her top beak a few days ago as it was a bit long, and flat on the end (not pointed). Right now her top beak is a bit shorter than normal and flat still. I'm hoping she hones it into a pointed beak this time.