With neuropathy (left leg below knee) does a person also experience pain? Pain can be moderate at times.

Yes. Neuropathy can be subjective with intact sensation. Sometimes burning occurs not just numbness.
Neuropathy. Neuropathy is a term used somewhat loosely to describe symptoms of tingling, numbness or burning. There certainly can be some pain associated with some neuropathies, particularly those that arise from compression or inflammation of the nerve, like in a so called neuritis. Evaluation would typically involve formal neurological examination and what is called an EMG and nerve conduction study.