Mrs Gordon is a 79 year old female who has requested an appointment to see you to discuss the results of a recent hearing test. She first presented seven months ago with isolated tinnitus and thorough examination did not reveal any obvious sinister or reversible cause, so you referred to audiology. The report highlights sensorineural hearing loss. Her symptoms are on-going, and she is very distressed by them. She otherwise keeps fit and well. You explain that the tinnitus is likely secondary to age-related-hearing-loss.
What is the most appropriate treatment?