I have a question for those of you experienced with or knowledgable about wry neck and other neck issues... I have ~2 week-old bantam red frizzle whose neck is crooked - turned to the right and down, so that the right eye is facing downward and left eye up. I believe she was injured on the ride home when the chick box slid across the van (I drove very carefully, but the flattened wire crate the box was on must have been slippery...please don't berate me for putting it there, lesson learned). She was not like that when I got her. When I got home last evening and put them in their crate, I noticed she was just sitting there and wouldn't move. Having already read a little on wry neck, I knew it was a vitamin deficiency so I immediately gave her a little Poly-Vi-Sol and a bit of water. She perked up, started standing, then walking, and is drinking and eating on her own, but her neck is definitely crooked. I can move it into place gently without pain (at least she doesn't cry out), but it doesn't stay there. Since this is most likely an injury, will the wry neck treatment of VitE/Selenium help? I suppose it couldn't hurt and I'll try it. Do I give her the contents of a whole capsule? She's pretty little. As an injury, what's the prognosis it will get better? She seems to be adapting for the moment, and I know animals are very resourceful at surviving all sort of conditions. The other 3 banty chicks are not picking on her or ignoring her so I'm leaving her with them. I think she'd be more unhappy on her own than with her peeps. Is there anything else I could do? I don't have prednisone, is there something else I could give to relieve any inflammation which there likely is if it's an injury? Thanks in advance.