Were criminals in the middle ages able to get treatment for injuries, and if so, how? I mean criminals such as bandits who wouldn't be able to seek whatever medical care was normally available, even if they had comparable wealth to people who could get medical care. I'd be interested in information about any location and any time period before 1500, but late medieval Europe would be ideal.
What I've found:
I've been able to find a lot of articles about doctors/surgeons for pirates/privateers in the sixteenth century or later, but not much earlier.
I read the plague doctors were often unlicensed, but I don't know if that means they treated criminals.
I've found information about doctors who committed crimes / fraud / malpractice / graverobbing, but not about doctors who cared for criminals.
I found information about how soldiers treated wounds.