Suns' Isaiah Canaan undergoes ankle surgery at Gateway Surgery Center — 5 insights

Phoenix Suns' point guard Isaiah Canaan had his fractured left ankle surgically repaired at Phoenix-based Gateway Surgery Center, AZ Central reports.

Here's what you should know:

1. Mr. Canaan fractured his ankle Jan. 31, after colliding with another player in the air and dislocating it upon landing.

2. The team released a statement saying the surgery was a success. It's expected Mr. Canaan will be fully recovered by next season.

3. Gateway Surgery Center has seven operating rooms and a pain procedure room.

4. The center is American Association for Ambulatory Health Care accredited.

5. The center has 27 providers on staff.

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