When the joints become dysfunctional or disjointed as a result of trauma, overuse or disuse, they are unable to perform the normal movements for which they were designed. Joint mobilization treatment is a technique physiotherapists and Orthopedics use to restore the voluntary movement of a joint that increases their movement capacity to the maximum. Joint mobilization technique involves performing a back and forth oscillation of the joint in order to restore motion. Along with joint mobilization, stretching of the muscles that directly affect a joint function may be undertaken. An assessment is initially carried out to determine the degree of damage and based on that the treatment is graded. The grades are the range of Grade 1 to Grade 5. The movements or the force increases with each grade and once the person is able to perform a grade without any hindrance, he gets promoted to the next stage. Naturally, Grade 5 has been termed as the maximum a joint can stretch and function. Various other exercises like tractions and joint manipulation exercises are also imparted during this treatment. Joint mobilization treatment is relatively pain-free and since it entirely depends on the capability of the patient, it offers maximum results in a short period. Once the pain is under control and the movements are possible to the maximum, strength training should also be undertaken so that the joint don't go back to their old stages. Though there is no time limit for these techniques to be effective, a good result is always on the cards once the physical therapy of joint mobilization is undertaken.