It is not the first time outspoken fitness coach Raymond Verheijen has criticised the methods of some of the Premier League's most experienced coaches.
The Welsh midfielder is set for three weeks on the sidelines after tweaking his hamstring in the 4-3 defeat to Liverpool on Sunday.
And according to Verheijen, Ramsey should consider leaving Arsenal to prolong his career, as Wenger continuously fails to recognise that his fitness methods are not working.
It is not the first time the Dutch fitness coach has been critical of Premier League managers, having only last month accused Jurgen Klopp and Antonio Conte of using out-dated methods.
And speaking to TalkSport last month, he was then critical of Wenger, who he claims is responsible for Arsenal's dogged run of injuries over the past 13 years.
He said: "For the last 13 seasons, Arsenal has an injury on average every five days and that's unprecedented.
"That's probably the worst injury record in the whole of Europe. It is the responsibility of Wenger to sort this problem and he didn't fix it for 13 years."
Verheijen was Gary Speed's assistant at Wales, and was also the personal fitness coach of Craig Bellamy during his spells at Manchester City and Cardiff.
Taking to Twitter, he has also warned Ramsey that he risks becoming the next Bellamy, whose career was also plagued by niggling injuries.
As the Arsenal injury pattern keeps repeating itself, it is a clear sign Arsene Wenger still has not discovered the underlying reason.— Raymond Verheijen (@raymondverheije) August 15, 2016
Number one reason for not discovering a structural problem is denial.— Raymond Verheijen (@raymondverheije) August 15, 2016
As long as Wenger keeps blaming external factors nothing will change.
The moment Arsene Wenger accepts the structural Arsenal injury chaos must have something to do with him it will be the start of the solution— Raymond Verheijen (@raymondverheije) August 15, 2016
A great first step but this does not mean the Arsenal injury pattern will be solved as Wenger still does not know what he does not know.— Raymond Verheijen (@raymondverheije) August 15, 2016
Arsene Wenger is not the only person who should become conscious incompetent. When will Aaron Ramsey finally stop gambling with his career?— Raymond Verheijen (@raymondverheije) August 15, 2016
As mentioned in the book How Simple Can It Be?— Raymond Verheijen (@raymondverheije) August 15, 2016
Will Aaron Ramsey become the new Craig Bellamy in terms of injuries? pic.twitter.com/VY10GQU4ij
During EURO2016 Aaron Ramsey has proven his potential.— Raymond Verheijen (@raymondverheije) August 15, 2016
So, either Arsenal finally solve their injury problem or Aaron should leave the club
Ramsey's latest setback comes on the back of pre-season injuries to Jack Wilshere, Per Mertesacker and Gabriel, wile the Gunners are already without Danny Welbeck.
The Welsh playmaker was taken off along with 19-year-old Alex Iwobi, who also suffered a knock.
Evidently, there are solid foundations to Verheijen's claims.