This case involves a twenty-five-year-old female patient who sustained a puncture wound on her foot while vacationing in the Caribbean. The patient presented to her family doctor with complaints of severe pain at the site of the injury and on the dorsal aspect of her foot. The patient was given a tetanus shot, some pain medication, and was sent home. A few days later, the patient went to the emergency room for excruciating pain in the foot, and the ER physician ordered X-rays that were negative. The patient was once again given pain medication and sent home without antibiotics. Several days after, she was rushed back to the hospital by ambulance due to intractable foot pain. The patient finally received a biopsy and culture of the wound that showed infectious pyomyositis from a staph etiology. Subsequently, the patient underwent multiple surgical debridements and had a full hip disarticulation as a result of delayed treatment.