Nasser Ordoubadi in 1956 in
completed his internship at the
In 1989 at
the age of 33 he developed a serious viral heart condition, which was
considered terminal by conventional medicine. He explored alternative medicine,
and found that Yoga and breathing exercises such as the “Breath of Fire”
improved his condition. He returned to medicine in
In 1997, as he was preparing to go national with his new and very successful integrated health care system, he and key members of his staff were “busted” by the FBI. A four year legal battle with the Department of Justice ensued.
Despite this setback, he produced and hosted "The Medicine Man" Radio Show, aired on ABC's KOMO 1000 weekly for over a year beginning in 1998. Over 30 institutions and pharmaceutical companies provided support for the show with educational grants. His guests included dozens of physicians, as well as State Insurance Commissioner Debra Senn, and Governor Christine Gregoir .
Ultimately however, the Establishment won out. The FBI had conducted hours of covert wiretaps of employee conversations and phone calls, had undercover FBI agents posing as patients, and took sixty clinic employees before a grand jury.
Based on a finding of facts by the Washington State Medical Quality Assurance Commission, Dr. Ordoubadi pled guilty in federal court two counts of conspiracy to commit mail fraud and health care fraud. The found facts were drawn from three patient cases: One patient was prescribed excessive amounts of pain medication for an extended period of time; two patients were treated by a chiropractor or other specialist, yet the insurance carriers were billed by Dr. Ordoubadi. 
The lawsuit left Dr. Ordoubadi exhausted and bankrupt. He settled in a plea bargain for which he was fined $400,000 and sentenced to 35 months in prison beginning February 2001. All of his clinics were closed and thousands of patients were left without health care or insurance.
Ordoubadi felt his time in prison was inspirational and productive. He
believes many of the 2.5 million people serving federal jail sentences in the
Since his release from prison, Dr. Nasser Ordoubadi has perhaps understandably resurfaced with a new name; Dr. Noah McKay, and has established himself as a motivational speaker as well as an MD.
Dr. McKay Finally
included quantum theory in his wellness formula, citing a number of quantum
physicists, including David Bohm and John Bell, famous for his 1964 theory of
Dr. McKay sees in non-locality the possibility of all of the trillions of cells of the human body working together to heal. His four LLAWs of healing are Love, Light from our DNA (biophotons) as well as the sun, Air and the subtle energies of Chi and Prana, and Water, meaning to avoid dehydration.
his website, http://www.drnoah.net, most of his public appearances are found to have been in
Thousands of medical tourists travel each year to
With the support and collaboration of the Philippines Department of Tourism and the Department of Health, McKay's contribution to wellness tourism will be "Q Health" retreats, scheduled to begin in January 2009, at Tagaytay Highlands. 
Dr. McKay sees the 'Q Health Retreat as the future of health care, which will offer the latest technologies in healthcare in a package of services which embody the mental, emotional and spiritual dimensions of each human being. 
He has published his insights in a book, Wellness at Warp Speed, published in 2007.
This article includes information provided by New Dimensions Radio for the week of January 28, 2009, Program number 3277, which was can be accessed at http://www.newdimensions.org/.