|Unproven articles|Doctor Falkov gives her patients oriental and homeopathic "treatments" that either do nothing (homeopathy) or are potentially dangerous (Traditional Chinese Medicine).
Just when you thought that wasn't bad enough, Falkov is a right wing paranoid nut who posts conspiracy theories on her website, "Health Freedom Rights" as well as being featured on the
batshit insane totally legit and respected Coast to Coast AM. Reaching into the bottom of the filthy toilet bowl of right wing politics, Falkov is a die hard Donald Trump supporter. 
 Medical education (rather, lack of)
Falkov obtained her Doctorate in Oriental Medicine from Acupuncture and Massage College in Miami and a diploma from the National Board of Homeopathic Examiners.
Searches to look up Falkov's credentials only turn up results from alternative medicine websites and nowhere else (seriously, go ahead and try).
 A dip into woo (The skeptic meter has exploded)
Health Freedom Rights is a mixture of medical woo, hucksterism and and conspiracy theories. An example is that Falkov believes that the New World Order is at hand. Water from the Gulf of Mexico (succussed) is on sale for $22.99 plus shipping, a 2-ounce bottle. This was originally offered as a cure for people suffering from ingestion of that same water, polluted by the oil spill of 2010. Though Falkov is paranoid about the government taking her herbs (doesn't that sound familiar?) , she used the Centers for Disease Control (A government agency) as a source on radiation sickness.
 Vaccine exemption form
 The Water Story
An excerpt from her website:
Though Falkov wants people to stop using tap water, she fails to realize many people cannot afford advanced water filtration. On Amazon.com a water filtration system costs $249  .
Falkov endorses a "medication" called Bryomixol which is billed as a life-saving cancer cure, but according to FreeThoughBlogs.com it is a
distilled water homeopathic treatment that does nothing other than drain your bank account. However, it is used by Naturopathic physicians practitioners as a cancer treatment; because of the lack of regulation Naturopaths can get away with scamming their desperate cancer patients who have nowhere else to turn.
Pray that you are never seated near Falkov on a long flight--or any flight, come to that. According to Richard Hoagland, she uses an ozone generator while in flight. Given that almost everyone can detect ozone at a concentration as low as 0.1 part per million, and that most people's response is mild to severe headache, it's quite hard to imagine anything more inconsiderate to fellow passengers than such a device. Mustard gas, perhaps?
 Healing with Light (When the quackery above just isn't enough)
On Falkov's website she has a section called "Healing with Light". This treatment is what the name implies--using light to treat disease. The
suckercustomer buys LED panels that are hooked up in a room, and this treatment is claimed to treat pain. However, the Mayo Clinic website states that light therapy is used for mental health and physical conditions such as- Seasonal Affective Disorder, Sleep problems, Dementia, Schedule changes and Jet lag  (No mention of pain problems). You can get an LED Light Therapy machine for the low low price of $849.00 with an extra $30 in shipping costs!
 Wing nut conspiracies
The major conspiracy Falkov believes in is the New World Order and the minor conspiracy that herbal medicines will be banned from being traded. The conspiracies are health-related and have no law-related or scientific basis.