This case involves a fifty-five-year-old male who underwent an anterior and posterior spinal fusion surgery for the treatment of an epidural abscess with spinal cord compression. According to the medical record, the procedure was conducted without incident, however, the patient sustained deleterious, long-term complications due to a severe infection of the surgical site including wound dehiscence. The patient required a re-exploration of the spinal fusion that involved the repositioning of a pedicle screw that was not secured during the original procedure. The patient also required several irrigation and debridement procedures to heal the wound. A stage IV pressure sacral ulcer also developed during his stay at the hospital and the development of erectile dysfunction that was not resolved.