Coaching FAQ

How much does it cost?

The hourly consultation booking link has our latest prices. If you’re interested in a discount, please reach out.

What’s your refund policy?

I have a 100% refund policy. The goal is for you to be 100% satisfied with the information and individualized Heart Health Coaching you receive.

What’s included in the coaching sessions?

Our sessions will be ~60-minute phone conversations where we dive deep into your Heart Health concerns and discuss personal barriers and how to overcome them. As cardiovascular disease experts, you can ask any question that might help you make the best health decisions for yourself.

What is Heart Health prevention exactly?

Heart disease is a highly preventable condition. As Heart Health Coaches, we aim to help clients prevent negative cardiovascular outcomes instead of waiting to treat them.
A secondary goal is to work with those with established heart disease to have better long-term outcomes.

Do you have a physical office?

The Heart Health Coach practice is completely virtual.

Can I use my health insurance?

We do not accept any insurance and do not work with any other organizations.

Do I need my own physician?

Heart Health Coaching clients must have their own physicians who can manage their day-to-day clinical needs and prescribe medications and necessary tests.
We feel that coaching is one aspect of achieving an ideal health state, but it should always go hand-in-hand with a good clinician.

Do you communicate with my physician?

A Health Coach can advocate and be part of any conversation you have with your specialists or your primary care doctor.
We have hopped on many phone calls to advocate for our clients when necessary.

Are you a doctor?

Mohammad Ashori is a board-certified Family Medicine physician practicing in Los Angeles.
However, as a Heart Health Coach, no patient-doctor relationship will be formed with him or any clients. He has a separate medical practice where patients can be seen.

Are you a cardiologist?

No.
If you are looking for a cardiologist, the ASPC is a great resource for Preventative Cardiologists in your area.
Whole Heart offers telemedicine with a Preventative Cardiologist.

Can you prescribe me medications?

Health Coaches do not enter patient-doctor relationships with their clients and cannot prescribe medications, diagnose, or treat.

Can you recommend a diet to me?

A Health Coach can help you overcome barriers to good dietary habits and help identify vetted resources for proper nutrition. A Health Coach cannot prescribe an individualized diet.

Can you refer me for a procedure?

We aren’t able to place referrals, but we are happy to share our list of resources with you.

Do you take any notes? What about health data privacy?

As Heart Health Coaches, we consult on cardiovascular health. You may share any personal health information with us as you see fit, but since no individual assessment, diagnosis, or prescription is made, no information regarding your health is maintained anywhere.