This case takes place in Maine and involves a patient who presented to the Emergency Room with swelling below the knee. The patient was kept in the hospital overnight for screening and monitoring. The patient was discharged the following day. The patient’s spouse called the hospital and indicated that the patient was still suffering from swelling that was only getting worse. The patient was seen by a physical therapist four days later, who referred the patient to the ER. The patient was diagnosed with compartment syndrome and underwent an emergency fasciotomy. The patient now has a permanent foot drop.