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    Rehabilitation Care

    These facilities offer rehabilitation care services on a short-term or long-term basis.

    Rehabilitation Care Is For You If …

    You've been sidelined with an injury or medical problem, and you need some help getting back up to full speed.

    No matter how long it takes, these rehabilitation care facilities will provide you with the treatment you need.

    Rehabilitation Care Checklist Of Things To Consider

    • How experienced are the nurses, doctors, and therapists?
    • Do they have good bedside manner?
    • Do they have staff that specializes in the specific treatment you need?
    • Can they offer you a timeline for recovery?

    Introduction to Fredericksburg, Virginia and Surrounding Areas

    Fredericksburg, Virginia is 25 miles SW of Dale City, Virginia (center to center) and 48 miles SW of Washington, District of Columbia. The city is in the Washington area. There are 19,279 residents in Fredericksburg.

    Fredericksburg History

    The city was founded on land which was part of a tract patented in 1671. The community was named in honor of Frederick, the Prince of Wales and father of George III. In 1807, an overturned candle started a fire that ended up destroying half the town. In 1862, the Union forces suffered one of their greatest defeats here, in the Battle of Fredericksburg. The area was incorporated as a town in the year 1781. Fredericksburg was later chartered as an independent city in 1879.

    Fredericksburg and nearby Attractions

    • Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park
    • Fredericksburg Area Museum
    • Ridderhof Martin Gallery
    • Twin Lakes
    • Shannon Green Golf Course
    • General Mercer Monument

    Things To Do In Fredericksburg

    The city of Fredericksburg provides easy access to a number of historic sites and museums nearby. Among these are the George Washington Masonic Museum, Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park, Fredericksburg Area Museum, James Monroe Museum, and National Bank Museum. The city's numerous parks and the Shannon Green Golf Course provide opportunities to participate in a variety of sports. The Twin Lakes, Hazel Run, Golin Run, and Fall Quarry Run are some of the stunning lakes and streams worth visiting. In addition, there are several shopping centers that offer amazing deals. Fredericksburg also hosts annual celebrations including the Art Festival, Fredericksburg Pow-Wow, Greek Festival, Mayfest, Music Festival, Oktoberfest, RiverFest, Shakespeare Festival, and Welsh Festival.

    Fredericksburg Transportation

    Washington Dulles International is the nearest airport.

    Fredericksburg Higher Education

    Mary Washington College and Fredericksburg Bible Institute are the local institutes of higher education. Other institutes nearby include the College of Southern Maryland and George Mason University.