Elladora Black listened to the young girl patiently as she examined her patient, however all of what she saw and heard confirmed her theory that Leopold Trelawney had a concussion. She noticed him about to sink into sleep, or unconciousness and gave his cheek a resounding slap, effectively waking him. She retrieved her wand and levitated the potion she wanted off of one of the shelves and smiled pleasantly at the girl.
"Thank you dear. You did the right thing bringing him here." She shoved the potion unstoppered into Leopolds hands and grabbed his chin.
"Drink it." She said in a stern voice and made sure he did before he slipped back into unconsciousness.
"Your friend here has a concussion." She explained."I've given him a potion to take care of any damage he may have sustained but he's going to need to be under constant supervision for at least twenty-four hours." She shook her head at the boys sleeping form.
"He's such a silly child. Always giving me work... unless you are willing to lend a hand?" Elladora asked. No longer bored. It wasn't a hard job afterall, the girl could simply just sit and do her homework and ensure that the boy was awakened in the next three hours and given memory tests. Elladora herself was anxious to discover why in a game, no not a game, a practice session of all things, could a third year boy become concussed and not brought in by any of the players involved but a passerby from another house.