This case involves an otherwise healthy female who initially presented to her pediatrician with a mass in her neck. Given the mass’s persistence over an extended period of time, the patient was referred for an biopsy of the affected lymph node. The biopsy revealed lymphadenitis. After the procedure, the patient lost a significant range of motion in her upper extremities, bone protrusions, as well as severe atrophy of many of her back muscles. She was never referred to a neurologist or an orthopedic for further review. The patient subsequently experienced sharp chest pains and sought the opinion of a cardiologist. She was diagnosed by the cardiologist with precordial catch syndrome.