I just found my 6-week old BR chick, Ava, in a very strange position in her cage. Her eyes were closed and her head was between her legs as if she was grooming herself. I carefully removed her in this position and was able to right her but then she kept going back, even falling over. At times her head will shake and twist while she is curled in this position. Right now she is doing fine with no problems except a slight turn to her neck. It is almost as if she is has an itch now and then that drives her crazy! I have isolated her, given her poly-vi-sol and I am hand feeding and watering her. She is not having a problem eating or drinking or walking or pooing, she just can't control her head going down at times. I have read all the threads I can find and external links too. She has been on vitamin water (the name of the additive escapes me now but I bought it online after a member recommended it to me) with every other water change and fresh medicated starter feed only. Also she has not fallen or been injured by the other chicks in her cage. They are just as tame as she is. There are no chemicals near her and she is on wood pellet bedding, the same as she has been for a few weeks now. Anyone else have this come on suddenly in a chick of this age? Anything else I can try or need to look for until I call my vet in the morning? I don't really have access to a pharmacy or anything tonight and have been relying on what I have in my cabinets for chicken care. Is poly-vi-sol enough? We are just sick thinking something might be wrong with her because she is our favorite new chick. She is so tame and loving and after losing two chicks this past week, it's almost more than we can bear.