yes，it can cause peripheral neuropathy, mainly presents as Lower limb pain and numbness, intermittent claudication.
This type of symptoms is mainly caused by disc herniation, osteophyte hyperplasia or spinal stenosis, which affects nerve supply. The typical leg pain caused by lumbar disease is sciatica, which starts from the waist or hips and extends the back of the thigh, and the outside of the calf radiates pain to the foot. Intermittent claudication is mainly manifested by walking a certain distance (usually with the disease aggravating, the walking distance is gradually shortened), the lower extremities appear sore and painful, like the filling of lead, so it is difficult to move. At this point, the symptoms can be alleviated after bending or sitting down, taking a break for a while, and then increasing again after starting to walk.