This case involves a male patient who had been involved in a work-related accident. After his accident, he continued to suffer from consistent back pain. He had a consultation at a comprehensive spine center roughly 2 months after the accident. Radiography revealed no significant osseous injuries. The physician’s plan included moving forward with trigger point injections to his lumbar musculature. The procedure notes indicate the patient tolerated the injection well with no complications. The patient was instructed to follow up at the clinic in two weeks, and also received oral medications and ice. The patient returned to the clinic one week later with complaints of left-sided lumbar back pain and left hip pain. In addition, he was suffering from significant muscle spasms and jerking sensations in the back lumbar region.