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PORTEA provides Commode Raiser equipment and support to commode raiser – dependent patient. It is creating for those that At PORTEA, we offer Commode Raiser equipment for rent or purchase designed to support commode-raiser-dependent patients. This versatile equipment serves as both a toilet frame and a commode seat, offering an extra height of 4.25″ and is generally used for bathroom aids in 4 inches /6 inches. The one-piece polyethene plastic with built-in anti-bacterial properties easily clips onto the metal frame. Please note that it may not fit elongated toilets. Ensure comfort and convenience for patients with our quality Commode Raiser solutions.


  • Lightweight and portable
  • Easy to use locking system requires no tools
  • Ergonomically right seating surface for additional comfort.
  • Easy to clean


  • Brand: Multiple
  • Gender: Unisex
  • Maximum weight: 350lbs
  • Colour: Multi coloured


1. What is the use of a commode raiser?

The commode raiser, such as the MCP Commode Seat Raiser/Elevated Toilet Seat Riser, serves as a supportive aid for individuals with mobility limitations, such as those affected by paraplegia, leg, hip, or spine injuries and disorders, Ataxia, Parkinson’s disease, and more. It is also beneficial during post-surgery rehabilitation periods for the chest or abdomen and assists overweight individuals. The commode raiser aids in using the toilet with added comfort and support.

2. Why do you need a toilet seat raiser?

A toilet seat raiser is essential for individuals with reduced mobility or strength. It provides proper elevation by raising the height of the toilet seat, making it easier to sit down and get up. This helpful aid simplifies the use of the toilet, facilitating smoother transfers on and off the toilet. Whether for medical reasons or convenience, a toilet seat raiser offers increased comfort and accessibility for those facing mobility challenges, ensuring a more independent and comfortable bathroom experience.

3. Do raised toilet seats cause constipation?

Raised toilet seats don’t directly cause constipation but may make bowel movements more difficult for some individuals. Squatting is ideal for passing stool as it helps relax pelvic floor muscles. While full squatting may not be feasible for seniors, using a raised toilet seat may not provide the same benefits. Constipation may arise due to factors other than the raised seat, such as diet and hydration.

4. How do you elevate a commode?

  • Install a tall toilet seat.
  • Use a toilet riser to add height.
  • Opt for an elevated toilet seat with additional elevation.
  • Place a toilet frame over the commode.
  • Consider using a mechanical toilet seat lift for added convenience.

These options ensure proper elevation, making it easier for individuals with reduced mobility or strength to use the commode comfortably and safely.

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