This case involves a 51-year-old male with no significant past medical history, who presented with a newly discovered ependymal tumor of the spine. The lesion was described to be at the level of T-3 spine and was first discovered by MRI imaging. The patient states that his first symptoms involved lower back pain, numbness, and tingling of the left extremity with an associated left foot drop. The patient also reported several episodes of impotence and incontinence. The patient underwent spinal surgery and experienced several post-op complications with the most devastating being paralysis. The patient is currently non-ambulatory and bound to a wheelchair.