i'm sorry you got treated like this!
this is the reason i've spent so long on my anatomy etc cos hospital isnt an option for me around here- i get the same treatment as you did, but at all the hospitals. they tell me cos it's a problem that happens often i have to see my gp about it. but gp just sends me to hospital so i end up shunted between the two until the gp goes home. sooo much easier if i fix it myself. but taken me years to know the anatomy of my feet and ankles well enough to relocate the trickey ones when i'm blind from the agony.
been working on them since i was 6 years old and only now able to do it by instinct.
it used to drive me mad not having anywhere to go for treatment but it's not so bad now i've got good splints on my wrist and ankles, it dosen't dislocate as often (just at night when i sleepwalk but if i'm having a bad run of wandering i'm naughty and sleep with the brace on
). maybe it's a good idea to get a brace for your ankle? getting mine has meant i dont struggle with the dislocations quite as often which has helped ease the constant pain that was in due to all the unhealed sprains and torn muscle. and i'm able to do physio on it better now cos it works better now some of the damage has healed so its a lot stronger. still get subluxes in the brace but they're easily fixed
hope you're not feeling too down about it xx it's horrible when it happens for the first time- made me feel really bad!