There is a baseball game occurring, while athletic trianer are on look out for injuries or illness.
The baseball player has fallen to his knee in pain. The athletic trainers need to make sure the scene is safe as they run up and determine any equipment they might need. While they run up they should be looking at his placement and deciding what could be wrong.
The athletic training coach runs up with a student athletic trainer carrying crutches. Their initial impression was an injury to his leg due to him holding his leg and on his side.
When approaching the athlete, the athletic trainer asks what happened and where the location of pain is. Then, they help him off the field to be able to do a better evaluation and allow the game to continue.
They bring him to a treatment table and have him get on to take a look at his leg and come to a idea of what is wrong. During this time, they ask more questions then what was already asked on the field. They use HOPS (History, observation, Palpation, and special tests) to come to a conclusion.
Next morning, athlete has come in to ATR for some stretches and rehabilitation in order to treat him, and give him the capacity to fully recover.