A 78-year-old female slips and falls in the bathroom. In the emergency room she is found to have a laceration on her forehead. On physical exam she has new onset Grade 3 weakness in her upper extremities, more pronounced in her hands, making it difficult for her to hold objects. In her lower extremities she has Grade 4 weakness, but is able to walk with assistance. She has new onset urinary dysfunction. A radiograph and MRI are shown in Figure A and B respectively. History reveals that prior to the fall she was living independently, was able to go on daily walks, and had normal function of her hands. Which of the following most accurately describes her prognosis with nonoperative treatment.