I know it does NOT have FDA approval which means it has not proven efficacy enough to get an indication for use in erectile dysfunction or anything else. However, they do have some studies that say it works. Healthline states "Shockwave therapy appears to work best for men with vasculogenic ED, which is a blood vessel disorder that affects blood flow to tissue in the penis. The therapy’s effectiveness with other causes of ED remains to be seen." So, you'd need to know the root cause of your ED or be willing to trial and error it. It's really only been studied very recently, so is pretty untested. But maybe in the future it will have more data to consider. It looks promising for that one type of ED. When something hasn't been given FDA approval and is used anyway, you do have the risk of safety issues they don't know about yet. Talk to your doctor about it, tell us what they say. https://www.healthline.com/health/shockwave-therapy-for-ed#what-the-research-says Your urologist would probably be best to ask and administer this type of treatment.