We are very new to raising chickens. A week and a half ago, I noticed one of our 3-month old silkie chicks holding her neck off-kilter - slightly off to one side with her head turned slightly back towards her tail. (We had a chick die of wry neck so I was worried about this.) She was running all around just fine and we started giving her Polyvisol once a day just in case. Her condition didn't seem to get worse until yesterday. Yesterday morning, she walked out of the hen house herself, but she was having trouble keeping her balance. She was flapping her wings like crazy to steady herself and then plopping over on her belly, then she'd get up again and wander around, always seeming wobbly, and then fall back over again. This morning, she is much worse. Her neck seems more twisted. But she isn't trying to tuck it under herself or turning it upside down. Instead, she is turning it around towards her back, and she isn't able to stand. She flaps her wings and pushes with her feet but just can't get up. We separated her and in her small container she backs herself up in a corner and then can sit upright. She is eating hungrily and drinking from the eye dropper. So, I'm wondering if this is wry neck resulting from an injury (3 of the chicks are older and much larger, and I'm wondering if she might have gotten pecked) I'm also worried about Marek's. Aside from Polyvisol, is there much else we can do? We don't have access to Prednisone. I've seen that some people's chickens recover, but if it's a brain injury, is that really likely? I don't want to make her suffer unnecessarily. Thanks a lot!