Primary care doctors in most states will not prescribe opiates long term. Your best options are referral to pain management or physical medicine and rehab physicians and perhaps evaluation by an orthopedic to document the injuries.
I am in similar situation. I am in PM, and not too happy with it... but I believe that one of their documents stated that if you obtain opioids from another facility (for acute care), that it was OK, so long as you notified them. I think that if you call or explain situation-- preferably within 48 hrs. (ie., if you are formally with another PM or other doc), you will not be considered to be a drug seeker-- as it was up to that facility, and because you were/are in acute situation. You are LUCKY that urgent care gave you something, though! Where I live, I don't even think the ERs are dispensing pain meds.
You shouldn't have any issues with your primary unless you were to sign a med contract with them. They aren't going to care if you need to go to urgent care or er because their name isn't on the script and that's their issue.
If I were you I would start checking out any pain management clinic that is feasible for you to get to once a month. Not all of them are that strict. You just have to build trust with them.
Right off the bat if I had to go to dentist or ER and got a small script, I would stop by the office first and have the nurse look at it and tell me it was ok. Then I would only use the minimum and take the rest to my next appt and they would watch me get rid of them. Maybe a bit much, but they totally trust me now.
You may have to interview a few pain clinics to find the right fit and then build the trust. Primary docs just are not scripting long term meds at all anymore. It's sad but just the way it is. Don't worry, do a little leg work, find a pm and it will all work out.
N2braves, you are probably correct, but I have transportation issues, so I'd probably just call the PM Office. As for disposal... I didn't even think of that! Hmm. And to Backhurtz, you are right: I need to re-read what I signed. I haven't had the chance, yet. I find my new situation daunting.
If I were you, I would try first for a physiatrist/physical medicine and rehab dr. Most also do pain management, including prescribing of meds.
During my 20 plus years of living with chronic pain, my best overall care has come from a physiatrist/PMR dr.
As far as getting scripts from urgent care centers go or ERs, be very, very cautious. The prescription monitoring databases look at how many drs prescribe to you, frequency, amounts, and full history..all of those things can bite you when trying to get a PM doctor.