Hi - No problem. With limited neck movement, the stock orange LED lights and location might be very useful.
I have also installed a blindspot camera on my left side-view mirror (underneath, you can just see it in the attached photo).
However, the most useful thing I've done for blind spot monitoring is the cheapest thing I did--the blind spot mirrors you see in the photos. Every time I post photos of them, people immediately chime in to tell me you don't need them if your side view mirrors are adjusted properly. That is simply wrong. They have other great benefits:
1. First, after a brief adjustment period, I never needed to look over my shoulders again (except when backing up). You can see everything in them. Get the biggest ones and forget about the rest of the stock mirror because you'll barely use it.
2. Second, if you get the spherical (round) ones, they allow you to see the lines on parking spaces as well as curbs (when you are parallel parking).
3. You can see the side of your car. Some people claim that is unnecessary, but it is very necessary in rare circumstances. Every now and then I will be turning and a bicyclist will be riding up tight against my car. I wouldn't see them much with my just my side view mirrors adjusted "properly" as people advise.
So, I invested about $2300 in blind spot monitoring and a side camera, and I really only use the mirrors for which I paid about $10!