Oh yes! Then just some simple words I maybe can add:
If we identify us with physical pain, the pain becomes stronger, harder and we helpless are lost in it. We are lost in the thoughts about which are having effects on our breath and our whole condition.
Therefore thoughts are like wind, pain is not ours but like a storm or so. Don't fixate on thoughts, don't get stuck in thoughts, remain out painful thoughts/painful feelings; watch all of them like not yours from a bit distance.
The thoughts who get no attention by being involved in them, will lose their power, vanish. This is helping in compassion to own being.
You can also visualize the pain as a suffering child and embrace it warmly; say eventually don't worry, I am here. Same for sadness, we comfort by love the sad child within us. See what happens then: sad shivering being, now vanished in comfortable warm sunshine.
Then pain can also be an exercise in empathy, compassion, knowing other beings are suffering in same way. Some are in poor countries, having no medicines and no care, are possible abandonned by their family and have even no good food.
A prayer: may by this experienced pain, others' pain be less.
Make others happy.
Pain can be a strong reminder to practice genuinely Dharma.
It is all impermanent, but when we wish the pain goes away, then we suffer from that hope right now. It will pass, sure.
Don't identify; simple words, great release.
“Sentient beings, self and others, enemies and dear ones—all are made by thoughts. It is like seeing a rope and mistaking it for a snake. When we think that the rope is a snake, we are scared, but once we see that we are looking at a rope, our fear dissipates. We have been deluded by our thoughts. Likewise, mentally fabricating self and others, we generate attachment and aversion.” ~Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche