About 2 weeks ago one of my young (10 month old) peacocks flew across his enclosure and into a wall. It was almost dark and I'm not sure what he was thinking but he flew over 20 feet before smacking into it. I thought he had instantly broken his neck as he flopped around on the ground like he was dying. About 5 minutes later he was up and, although wobbly, he was walking around. After a few days he started loosing his balance. A few more days and he wasn't perching on his own in the evening so I would put him up every night. 2 nights later he couldn't stay balanced on the perch so I left him on the ground so he wouldn't fall any more. I went out of town on Friday. My animal caretakers (family) let me know they would be putting him down Friday night because he wasn't doing well at all. Not even able to stand up. I got home yesterday and he was still alive. He had started bleeding from his ears which apparently relieved pressure. He is up again and drinks on his own. We are having to force feed him small amount of cracked corn, layer crumble and safflower seed 3 times a day. His head is swollen but I'm not sure how much is internal vs. being picked on by the others. He is now separated from the rest of the flock in a horse stall and I gave him 2 cc of tylan 200 orally last night. Is there ANYTHING else I can do for him. UPDATE 6/1/2016 Last night I got a catheter tube, 2 oz. syringe and some baby parrot food for crop feeding. I gave him 2 oz of "formula" and another 2cc of tylan 200. He was definitely doing better this morning, standing and a preening himself. I gave him 3 oz of food this morning since I won't be home to feed him again until 5pm. I have also decided that any bleeding from his head was external from being picked on. Since he is now separated I have not noticed any more bleeding. Although his head still looks puffy and was warm, I don't think it was AS swollen. I"ve also been spraying his head with Vetricyn spray and putting Vetricyn opthalmic eye gel in both eyes, as they are matting shut. We will see what tonight brings. Has anyone given their birds aleve or anything for inflammation? Just wondering what product and dosage.