One of the founders died. The clinic closed. I don't know if the name and content was sold or 'stolen.'
Indeed, one of the founders, 'Doctor Dave' passed away on the premises. He was vastly overweight and if poor James Gandolfini was described in the press as being a heart attack waiting to happen, then Doctor Dave from ORR should have been described the same but in spades. You can see Doctor Dave in at least one or two of the ORR female exam videos. Anyway, since he died unexpectedly, medical response teams were called and then were unable to remove him from the clinic in a more or less normal way on stretchers. The local fire department was then called in to assist with heavier lifting equipment and by then the cat was out of the bag and the press and law enforcement got into the act, so to speak.
It was something of a titillating local scandal for a while, with articles in newspapers and magazines full of mostly nonsensical explanations about what went on in the clinic. Reporters mostly threw around some naughty sounding terms like masochism and bdsm but they didn't really know what they were writing about. Luckily most articles decided on a sort of humorous take on the situation, like what a bunch of weirdos going to the clinic, grown-ups still 'playing doctor', but going too far with things. No real moral outrage stuff though.
Apparently some of the nurses and assistants in the ORR clinic, were actual, registered, accredited nurses and therefore the legal question arose if they were not practicing unauthorized medicine. Certainly many of the surgical procedures carried out at ORR were very unorthodox to say the least. But on the other hand, they could not be accused of practicing medicine without a license. So that worked in their favor.
But after the initial furor I read nothing more about what happened to members of the ORR team. You know, short attention span of the media and all. I guess they had a hard time living it down at work, maybe got reprimanded or fired, but knowing how things work in Belgium, I'm rather certain that most legal blame was shifted onto the deceased. And not to forget, he was a licensed and practicing physician. As long as he or his patients didn't try to get reimbursed for medical expenses on the national health insurance, there would have been a lot of wiggle room to explain things away.
I remember reading that one of the nurses went to Germany and started up a similar clinic, or went to work for a similar clinic.