Wow, thank you for your kind time and detailed explanation. It is extremely helpful. Sorry I was not more clear on the details, as I was not sure how much to put on my first post. I have seen many physicians, over 50 to be exact, and they have done EMG's and other tests. Yet, even these experts are not sure if my injury is axillery or brachial plexus as well. Though, there is definitely a SPINAL component to the injury.
Sorry it is not that clear on the graph. I need to figure out how to make it display better, but you can see that my right and left nerve amps both shot up, with my left from 1.8 to 12, and my right from 19 to 28, over the 4.5 years. There is both a local nerve damage and spinal compression component to the injury.
With the nerve graphing, I saw a Stanford neurosurgeon and he told me he wanted to use my tricep nerves for it. Thus, I would lose part of my arm, and he was not sure if my shoulder would take in the new nerve either.
All the very best,