A 68-year-old male presents to the emergency room with neck pain and progressive weakness to the point that he is unable to walk. Prior to this event he was in good health and active. On physical exam he is an ASIA C. Radiographs, computed tomography, and an MRI are show in Figure A,B, and C respectively. A CT of the chest, abdomen, and pelvis shows a single resectable lesion in the rectum consistent with a primary malignancy. Sagittal images of the spine show a single metastatic lesion in the thoracic spine, but no signs of thoracic canal compromise. He has no other metastatic bone lesions. What is the best treatment for this patient?