There are three ways that you can remain relevant and valuable to your employer when you require workplace accommodations.
I caution you to do these things in private with only you and your manager present in most cases.
t keeps phrases like "suck-up" out of your colleague's mouths.
They don't know that you are only working hard at keeping your job, to them it may seem like brown-nosing.
1- When your health allows it go above and beyond and make sure your manager knows it. Let your manager see you arriving early and staying late.
2- During your performance reviews bring in a report that shows your time away from the office during work hours and the dates, times, and tasks accomplished when you made up the time.
3- Don’t be shy about asking your manager how you’re doing, outside of performance evaluations. If they don’t bring up your workplace accommodations you should.
Assuming that no complaint is a good sign that the accommodations are working for you and your employer is not a wise move. In my experience managers will only mention that accommodating you is a challenge when they have already decided that it’s not working out.