Pain is good. We suffer pain because we don’t understand it. And because it hurts (that explains the “suffer” part).
Pain serves a single, dedicated purpose in our lives; it is a warning. We place our hands on a hot stove and the pain makes us remove our hand before too much damage is done (hopefully). Imagine if we could feel no pain. There are some people who can’t. They often cause damage to themselves, and they have to tip-toe through life to avoid damaging themselves even more. They simply have no warning system.
When a door squeaks, it is calling out for oil. When your elbow hurts, it is calling out for…a doctor?
Perhaps. Or perhaps to stop making that movement that hurts so much.
Don’t “suffer” your pain. Embrace it. Love it. Listen to it and follow its advice. It is giving you a valuable warning.