To our knowledge, no report has been published of a flexor tendon rupture as a result of a closed phalangeal fracture.A 58-year-old woman with multiple medical comorbidities presented with a closed, apex volar fracture of her long finger proximal phalynx with clinically intact flexor digitorum profundus and superficialis tendons in zone 2 of the flexor tendon sheath. After 5 weeks of nonoperative treatment, the patient reported hearing a pop in her finger, and clinical findings suggested rupture of the flexor digitorum profundus and superficialis tendons. Intraoperatively, the nonreparable attritional rupture was underneath the A2 pulley. A bony prominence in the tendon sheath floor from the healed phalynx fracture made rerupture a concern with a tendon graft. A Hunter Active Tendon Implant (Wright Medical Technology, Inc, Arlington, Tennessee) was used to reconstruct the flexor digitorum profundus tendon to avoid a second procedure. The patient progressed well and had regained a functional arc of active finger range of motion by 2 months postoperatively.The Hunter Active Tendon Implant provided a suitable alternative to a 2-staged procedure, with the added benefit that a good tendon bed was developed in the event that a second procedure was needed.