This is a simplistic explanation of the resurrection, and I know it will collide with some of your personal paradigms, but it may open up some new insights for you to take to the Lord in prayer.
The typical narrative is to assume when we are resurrected that the particles that made up our former body will unite again and a perfect body is created, but changed so that it can never be corrupted again. (Alma 40:21-24)
This is true, but God looks at all things spiritual. True death is to be removed from the presence of God, therefore, when one receives their baptism of fire and receives the Gift of the Holy Ghost, there is a quickening where the spirit body is changed. It can never die. This does not delegitimize a true resurrection, for having a body of flesh and bones surely exists within the spheres of everlasting burnings. But it is light and energy, not the kind of matter that makes us subject to the flesh.
A resurrection is the born again experience. You can be born again in the spirit, which is a quickening from one glory to another. Or, you can be born again in the flesh, which is either a condescension (leaving behind glory to become a servant), or a lateral renewal, which is literally being born again in the second estate.
Another resurrection is to transform a glorified body to take on flesh in a lower sphere. By this, one can withhold their glory. This can be done using a new body as Christ did while leaving the marks, or as a translated body leaving the marks of aging. Manipulation of the bodily vessel from one glory to the next is a common practice of the Lord.
It requires higher priesthood to perform such a resurrection. (Patriarchal) In the next life it will be evident that the act of resurrection is one of the most common events in the realm of the Spirit.