Wow, not a good day for you - and of course the stress will only worsen the pain! It is a horrible cycle.
Have you tried your Primary Doctor? He is the one that ordered all of my MRI's. I was hit nearly two years ago and am still in daily pain and in treatment. In my case, I would see a specialist, he would do his thing and then I'd always (and still do) check back with my PD. I am lucky as he has given us (both myself and my husband) pain meds, muscle relaxers, anti-inflamatories, patches, etc. without hesitation. He is open to trying whatever we want to try. The injections made my husband worse but he is getting some relief from Hellerwork therapy - you never know what will work. I am trying acupunture next week and keeping massages and Hellerwork all going -- so many appointments and it is almost been two years!
Are you still seeing your Chiro? I am surprised your Doctor would allow it with your neck and disk issues. I went 2 times and then my disks and neck got so much worse I was basically ordered to stop going! My chiro felt I should continue but my PD was dead against as was the Spinal specialist and it was brought up again before I was operated on - they can cause a lot of damage so please be careful!
I agree the patches don't work! And he really should have addressed your headaches! I ended up getting injections for my mirgrains because the oral medicine just wasn't cutting it. After I got two, I was able to go back to pills along with a stronger muscle relaxer and of course the Vicadon. But it was such a relief to move past the headaches! Again, maybe you could get in and see your Primary and discuss it - they seem to have more time to listen.
On a side note, being as it is from a MVA, if your Dr. doesn't think you need an MRI and you get one, the other side may protest paying for it! That is why it would be better to get your Primary to order it if the anethesiologist doesn't want to do it. And make sure you get copies of all the medical reports and chart notes so that you are aware of what is being written. Having our Doctor always refer back to the MVA as the source of ALL our problems is turning out to be of MAJOR importance during the settlement procedure. I know it isn't something you want to thnk about now, but it was the most helpful thing I was told after the accident. You don't need to be a victim twice and this way you can get changes made or make sure to have things added on your next visit.
I hope you figure out a way to get some relief - there is always the ER - you shouldn't have to suffer for two weeks! Oh, are you able to get into the whiplash site? I get some odd site called Maddog every time I try!