A few days ago my 4 year old peacock got injured. I found him on the floor in my adult peacock building. His head was scraped and bloody, his wings were kind of spread out. When I got him to walk he was wobbly and had very poor coordination. He also seemed to be limping. This bird hit his head before and required medication to bring down the swelling in his head. It appeared to me that he hit his head again and I gave him dexamethasone to help with any swelling. I also moved him into a warmer building with my juvenile birds. He appeared a lot better the next day and even managed to get on the roost that’s just off the ground. My concern is that he is still limping on one leg. The joint is swollen and warm. Should I be giving him something for pain or for the swelling in the joint? Or does he just need time to recover? Thanks for any suggestions and advice.