I had ACDF back in December on C-5 C-6. After surgery I was numb from the chest down. After 3 months I am now numb from the waist down and in my pinky, ring finger on the right hand to include that side of my palm. When I bend my neck down I fell like I'm being electrocuted. I just spoke to my surgeon today. My MRI results came back and he told me that I have permanent spinal cord damage from C-3 to C-6. He said my spinal cord is being flattened from C-2 to C-5. The only option is to have complete cervical spine replacement and I am not willing to have such an extensive surgery. I also was given a P3 today which states "This Soldier has permanent spinal cord damage in association with significant degenerative disc disease in the cervical spine". In section 8. Functional limitations and capabilities and other comments it states " There is permanent spinal cord damage demonstrated on mri. Will I receive any kind of rating due to the spinal cord damage or am I going to have a Range of motion test and that is it?