herniated disc, which can occur along with spinal
stenosis. A herniated disc occurs when a disc (which acts as a cushion between
the bones in the spine) is damaged from an injury, normal wear and tear, or
disease. This damage may cause the disc to bulge or break open (rupture). When
a disc bulges or ruptures, it is called a herniated disc.
Peripheral arterial disease. Hardening of the arteries
that supply blood to the arms and legs may cause cramping pain in the leg that
occurs during exercise (such as walking) and is relieved by rest (intermittent