Dr. Corrales' office in Falls Church, VA
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Falls Church VA City Hall
Falls Church City Hall

(There are no restrictions on activities the days of surgery. You are free in the afternoons. Your eye may sting slightly for a hour after surgery.)


Falls Church takes it name for a little wooden church (Episcopal) completed in 1733. It was known as "The Falls Church " because of its proximity to the Little Falls of the Potomac River . Members of the church (located one block south of Broad Street on Lee Highway,see Map above) were Francis Scott Key, author of "The Star Spangled Banner", George Mason, architect of Virginia' Bill of Rights, and George Washington.

The State Theatre

Live music every night in a top ranked venue for all of Washington . State of the art sound system, all good seats, excellent bands, acts, and good food. Have a nice supper and see a show without going to D.C. 220 N. Washington Street (two blocks from our office, see Map above). Their schedule of entertainment is at www.thestatetheatre.com. Phone (703) 237-0300.


Go to the back of our office and turn right onto Maple Street.  Walk two blocks and turn left onto Broad Street.           Starbucks is a half block on the right.

Ethnic Restaurants

Falls Church is recognized for this. We had 26 at last count. Most are on Broad Street.

Mad Fox Brewing

Local brewed beers (root beer too) and excellent food. (703) 942-6840. 444 W.Broad Street (across from Inns of Virginia Motel). www.MadFoxBrewing.com


Washington 's largest shopping malls are Tysons Corner I and II. They are 4 miles from our office going west of Route 7 ( Broad Street ). For Tysons I, after crossing over Beltway 495, turn right at third street. For Tysons II (the newer), turn right at the fourth street (International Drive).

Seven Corner Mall is smaller than the above. From our office go east on Broad Street for about 1.5 miles.

City Park

Go out back of our office and turn right on Maple Street.  Go three blocks and turn left onto Park Ave.  Park is two blocks on the right.  It is a wooded park with benches, tables, shelter, and children's playground. It is a very nice area to eat a carry out lunch. Free.

City Library

Go out the back of our office and turn right on Maple Street. Go three blocks and turn left onto Park Ave.  Library is three blocks on left.  Comfortable chairs, many newspapers, magazines, and free internet access.

Local Newspaper

The Falls Church News-Press, www.fcnp.com, is distributed free in most restaurants. It comes out each Thursday. The newspaper, but not the web site, lists local events and concerts.

Falls Church Chamber Of Commerce

They will give you a map and listing of stores. 417 W. Broad Street, #207. Phone (703) 532-1050. www.fallschurchchamber.org.