Perhaps you could try accepting the pain, rather than trying to block it out. It won't make the pain go away to accept its presence, but you'll feel a distinct difference toward how you feel about it. I'd describe it as being able to simply see it for what it is and knowing that, you'll have no reason to resist its presence. At a basic level, pain is just a message to your consciousness, telling you to pay attention to something. Most people automatically react in the opposite way, trying to ignore the pain. Instead of doing what everyone seems to do on instinct these days, focus on that pain. Let it drown out all other thoughts and distractions. Be present with it entirely. Don't ignore it, embrace it and give it your full attention.
You may be surprised at the result of this. You're brave enough, I can tell
Edit: I want to elaborate on why our instinctual reaction is to ignore pain. Since it is a message to your consciousness that your body is being harmed in some way, your instinct is to stop the source of pain immediately. Example, you immediately pull your hand back from a hot surface when you touch it. The problem occurs when we are unable to quickly pull away from the antagonizing force, so instead of accepting it for its duration, we keep attempting to resist that pain.